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Calling all vegetarians, flexitarians, or sometimes-i-tarians, Pret’s new menu is here for meat-free Mondays, Sundays and every day in between! Don’t miss standout specials including their Humous & Chipotle Wrap and Chilli Enchilada or reunite with cult classics including freshly baked Dark Chocolate & Almond Butter Cookies and Acai and Almond Butter Breakfast Bowls, available to order online for home delivery or click and collect in-store.
Co-op are GRO-ing green for Veganuary with an ever-growing selection of plant-based ready-meals including a Spiced Squash & Cauliflower Pie, Arrabiata Ravioli and Teriyaki Mushroom Noodles. Alternatively for those ready to dust off their apron and take on the role of Head Chef, Co-op also has an online vegan recipe edit, categorised by courses, with ingredients available to pick-up in-store or to order online for home delivery.
Alternative dairy options, including coconut, almond, oat and soya milk, are now completely free until 3 March 2022 when you scan the Costa app in store. Buy 8 drinks and you’ll get the 9th free – the perfect accompaniment to a smoky BBQ Chick’n Panini or Macaroni Cheeze, followed by a vegan sweet treat with new additions including Ginger Loaf Cake and Apple Crumble Flapjack.
Marks and Spencer
Ready, veggie…go! Featuring more than 50 flavour-packed options in Marks and Spencer’s bestselling Plant Kitchen range, your new family favourite is waiting to be discovered. Promising to never compromise on taste, each dish is packed with goodness and available to shop in-store.
Whilst the overnight success of Greggs’ 96 layered puff pastry extravaganza – the Vegan Sausage Roll – is hard to top, an additional wide-ranging selection of vegan treats including a Glazed Ring Doughnut, Southern Fried Potato Wedges and a Vegan Breakfast Roll, are available to order online for home delivery or to click and collect from Spinningfields.
Did you know that Bagel Factory offer soya milk and oat milk as dairy-free alternatives in-store? In addition, they have a delicious Hummus, Avocado and Tomato bagel. Don’t miss their breakfast, lunch and anytime meal deals next time you stop in store – a great incentive to try something new!
Transport yourself to Southeast Asia with Thaikhun’s authentic street food dishes whose vegan range includes Sweetcorn Cakes, Sweet & Sour Tofu Stir Fry and Crispy Spring Rolls. Plus, enjoy 40% off your food bill every Sunday to Thursday in January when you book a table in advance and dine from the a la carte menu. Ts&Cs apply.
Experience the spice and heat of South America with Nando’s peri-peri infused dishes and plant-based products, which includes Sweet Potato Wedges and Vegan Garlic Peri-Mayonaise, Beanie Pittas, Strawberry Cordial as well as newly launched Great Imitator wrap -a chicken alternative filled with pea protein, available to order online for home delivery.
40% of Itsu’s range is vegan. Underpinned by the philosophy of eating beautifully via healthy and convenient food, Itsu has reinvented and revitalised traditional favourites using fresh and quality ingredients and created a a variety of plant-based salads, rice bowls, noodles and soups to enjoy. Plus visit Itsu’s ‘yours and ours’ recipe guide for vegan recipes such as miso-easy vegetables.
Having fulfilled their commitment to make 50% of their menu meat-free by the end of 2021, Wagamama are promising another year of positive action by treading more lightly on the earth. Featuring plant-based heroes and powerhouse proteins, discover new vegan favourites including Sticky Soy ‘Ribs’, Tofu To-Go and Chilli ‘Squid’.